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Random Ramsdom 11/3: Rams Have Legitimate Playoff Odds

The Rams have a winning record in November for the first time since 2006. If the Rams defeat the 5-2 Vikings this week, it's very likely they take home a playoff berth this season.

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Week 8

--- Inside the Press Room with Myles Simmons ---
Myles Simmons breaks down Jeff Fisher's press conference.

--- Relive it: 49ers at Rams ---
Watch video highlights of the 49ers and Rams.

--- Rams Report: 49ers-Rams Recap ---
A summary of Sunday's happenings.

--- Jeff Fisher Press Conference ---
Fisher speaks on the status of this currently-trending team.

--- Five Takeaways: Rams vs 49ers ---
Here are five things we learned on Sunday.

-- Early Lead, Run Defense Key ---
The Rams are excellent at maintaining leads due to their running game.

--- Rams Defense: 12 is too much ---
Jeff Fisher holds his team to high standards--12 points in two weeks, that's too much.


--- Monday Wrap-Up: What's Working on Defense ---
The defensive line has transcended to become an elite unit.

--- Fisher: "Player Safety is of the Utmost Importance" ---
After Reggie Bush's incident, the Rams have been forced to reconsider their concrete placement.

--- Slippery Concrete Claims Another Victim ---
And his name is Reggie Bush.

--- Rams Own Winning Record in November ---
For the first time since 2006, Rams' fans can say that sentence.

--- Rams Need More from Passing Game ---
The offense has improved with Gurley, but the passing game is still heavily flawed.

--- Gurley, Austin Emerge as Rams' Duo ---
Todd Gurley and Tavon Austin form the bulk of this offense.

Around the NFL

--- Possible Deadline Deals ---
Vernon Davis has already been dealt, but who else will go? Jared Cook, anyone?

--- Deadline Typically Has no Noise ---
This article is ironic as Vernon Davis has already shifted teams since it was written.

--- Eli Manning: Best Statistical Loss ---
Eli Manning had six touchdowns and no interceptions--he still lost.

--- Richardo Lockette Future Uncertain ---
Suffering ligament damage, Lockette will have a tough road to recovery.